North Highland to Host “Transforming Beyond 2020” As Final Webinar of the Year

Panel of Experts from Edward Jones, Novant Health and More Will Discuss How to Drive Value Through Continuous Transformation, Culture and Courage

December 7, 2020 (ATLANTA) - Leading change and transformation consultancy North Highland will host its final webinar of the year, “Transforming Beyond 2020,” to discuss the role culture plays in continuous transformation for an organization along with findings from “Continuous Transformation Starts with Culture," the firm’s Harvard Business Review Analytic Services sponsored report.

The webinar will be held on Thursday, December 10 at 11:00 a.m. ET and will feature a panel of experts including Dan Bieler, Principal Analyst at Forrester; Kristin Johnson, Chief Human Resources Officer at Edward Jones; Vicky Free, Former Chief Marketing Officer at Novant Health; and Dr. Kelli Klindtworth, Transformation Strategist at North Highland. Moderated by Alex Bombeck, Managing Director and Group President at North Highland, the panelists will discuss how leaders can evolve their organization’s culture and ways-of-working, examine business models that are designed for agility and explore the “make-or-break" role leadership plays in creating a sense of psychological safety for employees amid constant change.

“Transformation is essential to an organization’s being, with perpetual change and improvement leading the path forward,” said Bombeck. “Culture is essential to enabling continuous change, along with the courage to push forward amid uncertainty. I look forward to exploring these opportunities to transform forward with our guests.”

In addition, the webinar will cover topics such as:

  • Defining a clear organizational purpose that inspires conviction
  • Modeling courage and pushing forward despite uncertainty
  • Intentionally creating opportunities and routines to enable employees to take risks and challenge the status quo

The webinar is free of charge to attend. Registration is required ahead of the event. To learn more and register for the event, click here.